HIGH YIELD BOND FUND
A BOND LIKE NO OTHER.
The High Yield Bond Fund aims to produce a high level of return, through combined capital growth and income payment. The value of investments and any income from them may go down as well as up and you or your client may not get back the amount originally invested.
Read moreInsightsNew Year, New Conviction.Lucy Isles and Robert Baltzer reflect on their team's focus on resilience and good governance.Read moreRead moreInsightsBond Beats - Darling Ingredients.What does the White House’s china crockery have in common with Mercedes car seats, animal feed and biodiesel? The answer is both simple and incredibly complex – and probably not one for a dinner party chat. They are all products made possible by the bloody-minded genius of Texas-based Darling Ingredients, whose ability to turn unwanted remains into a diverse array of useful products is unsurpassed.Read moreRead moreInsightsBond Beats - Pinewood Studios.Hollywood, California might be the first location you think of with regard to large-budget film blockbusters, but if you want to make one, there’s another “wood” that’s equally important. The fixed income team takes a look at the iconic Pinewood Studios and why they believe it is set to be centre stage in the film and TV industry for many years to come.Read more
Read moreInsightsBond Beats - WorldPay.Rob Baltzer of the Baillie Gifford High Yield Bonds team takes a look at how, in a world where cash purchases are on the decline and e-commerce is on the rise, WorldPay is part of the technological backbone supporting digital transactions.Read moreRead moreInsightsBond Beats - PureGym.In Bond Beats, Baillie Gifford’s fixed income team explains the thinking behind some of their investment decisions. In the first Bond Beats, Lucy Isles takes a look at how PureGym has radically redefined a whole industry by breaking down the barriers to gym membership.Read moreRead moreInsightsBond Beats - Netflix.The High Yield Bond team explain their thinking behind the purchase of Netflix bonds and why they think it’s a good idea for Netflix to produce their own content.Read more